Wake Forest University announces the October schedule for lectures that are open to the public.
Oct. 13, “Beyond Choice: Reproductive Freedom in the 21st Century” with Alexander Sanger, Annenberg Forum, Carswell Hall, Room 111, 7 p.m.
Alexander Sanger, chair of the International Planned Parenthood Council and grandson of Margaret Sanger, founder of the birth control movement, will speak about reproductive rights issues and his new book. A book signing will be held following the lecture. The event is sponsored by the women’s and gender studies program. Free admission. Contact: 336-758-5400.
Oct. 19, “Living with Disease and Disability Late in Life” with Eleanor Stoller, Carswell Hall, Room 208, 11 a.m.
Eleanor Stoller, Selah Chamberlain Professor of Sociology at Case Western Reserve University, will discuss health issues late in life. The lecture is sponsored by the sociology department. Free admission. Contact: 336-758-5495.
Oct. 28, “Milagros: Votive Offerings at the Altars of Faith” with Martha Eagan, Museum of Anthropology, 4 p.m.
Martha Egan, Santa Fe-based author of books on Mexican milagros and a new novel, will sign her books and present a talk on votive traditions and the Mexican Day of the Dead. Free admission. Contact: 336-758-5282.
Oct. 29, “Shareholder Responsibility in a Post-Enron World” with Richard Moore, Kirby Hall, Room 1, 3 p.m.
Richard Moore, North Carolina State Treasurer, will address shareholder responsibilities following the Enron scandal and the state’s biggest challenges and opportunities. The lecture is sponsored by the Calloway School of Business and Accountancy. Free admission. Contact: 336-758-5304.
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